Students are learning about God, His world, and their place in it:

  • Kindergarteners learned more about sharing, being patient as they take turns, following directions, and kicking and trapping a ball.
  • First grade writers published a personal narrative.
  • Second graders learned to write in hiragana.
  • Third grade artists learned how to simplify complex shapes into basic lines for artistic design.
  • At camp, 4th and 5th graders gained appreciation for God’s creation and learned responsibility and care for community as they collaboratively cleaned their own cabins.
  • Sixth grade Bible scholars learned how the Samaritans were discriminated against, how Jesus cared for the Samaritans, and how they should follow Jesus’ example.
  • Seventh grade mathematicians learned how to help each other work through math problems together without getting off task or just giving each other the answers.
  • Middle school woodshop workers learned that tools have proper and improper uses and that the Bible is God’s love letter.
  • Ninth grade mathematicians learned that equations and inequalities exist in real life.
  • Tenth grade Bible scholars, through a lesson on the patriarchs, gained an understanding of how the Old Testament points to Jesus.
  • Eleventh grade historians compared US colonies by writing document-based essays, using at least 4 of the 8 provided documents.
  • Twelfth grade scientists learned about sea turtles.
  • High school computer programmers made a video camera that detects motion.